MEBF

AcronymDefinition
MEBFMean Exchanges Between Failure
MEBFMechanical, Electrical and Building Fabric (facility management)
MEBFMercosur/European Union Business Forum
MEBFMaster in Economics of Banking and Finance
MEBFMonsoon Evergreen Broadleaf Forest
MEBFMatrícula Escolar Básica Final
MEBFMission Évangélique Baptiste en France
MEBFMarine Expeditionary Battle Force (US DoD)
MEBFMontane Evergreen Broad-leaved Forest
MEBFMinimum Empty Buffers First
MEBFMáster Executive en Banca y Finanzas
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The concentrations of active SOC among the three forests were significantly different in the order of PF < PBMF < MEBF, but there was no significant difference between PF and PBMF in 0-15 cm and 15-30 cm.
In MEBF, the content of TOC was significantly different in the next order: 0-15 cm > 15-30 cm > 30-45 cm > 45-60 cm.
But in the 0-15 cm soil layer, PF had the greatest active SOC content; MEBF was the medium and PBMF was the least.
Particularly in the 0-15 cm soil layer, the POC content in MEBF, PBMF, and PF was 17.37, 7.[O.sub.4], and 2.26 g [kg.sup.-1], and MEBF was 59.47% and 86.99% higher than PBMF and PF, respectively.
The proportion of >2000 [micro]m in MEBF in these two layers was 58.78% and 43.77%, 53.20% and 70.42% higher than that in PBMF and PF, respectively.
The proportion of 250-2000 [micro]m in PBMF and MEBF was 16.48% and 20.47% lower than that in PF.
They were in the order of PF < PBMF < MEBF, but there was no significant difference between PF and PBMF.
In our experimental site, the above-ground biomass and the litter input in PF, PBMF, and MEBF were 122.5,164.1, and 290.4 t x [hm.sup.-2] [19] and 3.31, 8.50, and 8.28 t x [hm.sup.-2] x [y.sup.-1], respectively.
Additionally, our result showed a significantly higher proportion of passive C in MEBF and PBMF than in PF in surface soils (0-15 cm and 15-30 cm) but a higher proportion of active C in deep soil layers (30-45 cm and 45-60 cm) (Figure 2).
Quantification of SOC content in the different fraction size classes showed that the highest water-stable aggregate particle organic carbon was found in MEBF, then PBMF, and the last was PF.Besides, our result observed in the surface soil (0-15 cm and 1530 cm) that the proportion of large macroaggregates (>2 mm) increased with the forest succession, while in the deeper soil (45-60 cm), small macroaggregates' (0.25-2 mm) proportion decreased with succession but silt- and clay-size fraction (<0.053 mm) increased with the increasing age of forest.
Therefore, the greatest fine roots in MEBF probably influenced the soil structure around the roots and induced the formation of microaggregates, ffowever, there maybe other reasons for the formation of micro aggregates, which needs further studies to explore the mechanism.
Furthermore, our result showed a significantly higher proportion of passive C in MEBF and PBMF than in PF in surface soils (0-15 cm and 15-30 cm) but a higher proportion of active C in deep soil layers (30-45 cm and 45-60 cm).